Silence of God Creative Response to the Films of Ingmar Bergman
|Author: ||Gibson, Arthur|
A perennially popular reprint about the filmmaker who "exposed on film his own inner vision."
"Gibson does not force the films to say what he wants them to, but he fits them instead into a theological reflection on faith and freedom. . . . Arthur Gibson's determination to face the religious issue in Bergman is certainly sound. . . . [T]his pioneer study remains essential reading for anyone grappling with the intricate and compelling films of Ingmar Bergman." - Canadian Catholic Review
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